Ans: It depends upon which batch your child has been enrolled in. We accept both, cheques as well as cash.
Ans: Yes, we have outsourced it to Mr. Mukesh(Ph-7383823885). He is providing independent van service for the academy. Please ensure that academy has no involvement in the van service.
Ans: It is not possible for us to do so since we strictly follow our coach: student ratio. This is in the interest of the game and which help us in maintaining our quality of coaching.
Ans: We realize athletes will not always be able to make every training session but missed session cannot be reimbursed unless it is because of medical sickness or sports injury
Ans: No. we do not give any credit or refund however, we give discount in the next quarterly payment for the particular days that a child has missed due to medical sickness or sports injury.
Ans: Yes we provide a one free trial session of your selected sport and batch.
Ans: We have Sports Director for each sport and they decide whether a player has to be promoted to the next batch? The Sports Director does player’s evaluation on half yearly basis for the same.
Ans: Yes. Our registration form asks for an indication of each person’s playing experience. We also take trial of the player to decide which batch will be most suitable for the player.
Ans: Yes, you can join the academy at any time and the respective batch fees will be charged on a pro rata basis from the date of commencement.
Ans: ARA is different by design. Most notably, it is smaller, more intimate, and offers a friendly environment. Our program is designed to take an individualized approach to help each student-athlete achieve his/her goals. This is accomplished through small student/coach ratios along with the attitude that coaching should be a cooperative effort. Most of our students do not take ARA as only an academy. Rather, our finely designed and timely run program is the starting point of a unique sports learning experience
Are your elite coaching programs only designed for athletes pursuing a career on the professional circuit?
Ans: Majority of our athletes in our elite coaching program are training to achieve the professional level of sport. However, some of them are also training to gain international ranking by which they can achieve academics scholarship to study abroad.
Ans: No. Actual weight training is not recommended for athletes younger than 14. However, resistance training (i.e. bands, pool, medicine balls, own body weight, skipping rope) is incorporated into these students’ program. ARA believes some sort of strength training is important to prevent injuries.
Ans: Approximately 20% of each session is devoted to strength and movement training. However, our coaches place a premium on specific movement and balance techniques that often times Performance drills are integrated into traditional feeding and live ball drills.
Ans: Success in sport is not a matter of chance. It involves a conscious effort requiring both knowledge and commitment. Likewise, achievement in sport is not entirely physical, technical, or strategic. It is also mental, and often more mental than anything else. The purpose of our mental conditioning program is to help in a variety of areas including, but certainly not limited to: Motivation, Focus/Attention, Awareness, Confidence, Discipline, Intensity, Composure, Self-Esteem, Perspective, Communication, Time Management, Continuous Improvement, Life Skills, Developing and Maintaining Professional Relationships, and Enhancing Sport Enjoyment!
Ans: Yes, Parents can participate in Adult coaching batches in morning & evening, Ladies batches in the morning. We have specialized Cardio Tennis classes for ladies in the evening.
Ans: Yes, we give our facility on rent for group playing, conducting tournaments, events, etc. Please contact our front desk for the availability of timings for court hire.
Ans: Yes, we do offer private coaching sessions. We have different rates for different sports. Please contact front desk for the availability of coaches and the prices for private session.